Joseph Bottum, one of the nation’s most widely ranging thinkers, writes everything from reviews and short stories to obituaries in The Times of London and #1-bestselling sports essays in Amazon’s Kindle Singles series. His books include the sociological study An Anxious Age and Christopher Award-winning children’s verse, and his lyrics have been performed by singers from Nashville to Carnegie Hall. A South Dakota native, Bottum holds a PhD in philosophy and directs the Classics Institute, a think-tank at Dakota State University for the study of cyber-ethics.
History, South Dakota AuthorsPicturing the Past: South Dakota's Historic Places
Non-FictionZoo Nebraska: The Dismantling of an American Dream
History, South Dakota Authors, Tribal, Young ReadersToo Strong to Be Broken: The Life of Edward J. Driving Hawk
Non-FictionDesk 88: Eight Progressive Senators Who Changed America